A Brooklyn man suspected of killing two women between July and September has officially been charged in both murders.

Cops apprehended Joseph Danclair, 36, last week and promptly charged him with the murder of Antionette Marin, 43, who was found dead in the Manhattan Broadway Hotel in Midtown.

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On Tuesday, Danclair was charged with the death of Chrissy Bevelaqua, 34.

Like Marin, Bevelaqua was found dead in a hotel room with compressions to her neck and chest.

Investigators found Marin's body on Sept. 8. Bevelaqua was killed on July 23 at the Bushwick Hotel on Bushwick Avenue.

Authorities found and released video surveillance that linked Danclair, who has been previously arrested 28 times, to the scenes at both murders.

Chief of Manhattan Detectives William Aubry previously told reporters that no prostitution was involved in either case.

"These women were good women," Aubry said last week.

Aubry also said Danclair is a suspect in the rapes of a 41-year-old Manhattan woman and a 34-year-old woman in Brooklyn.